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GOING DIFFERENT WAYS – A quiet piano piece that might work for a goodbye scene or possibly a flashback scene. (00:57)
PACKING – A quiet, introspective piano piece. (1:27)
ANOMALY – Could work in a mystery or a drama. Good for a moment where the detective is stumped…perhaps at the scene of the crime. Could also work as a transition piece. (1:09)
THE STREETS – A world unto themselves. (1:01)
PULLING AWAY – perhaps from a small town bus station on a dreary day, leaving someone behind. (1:10)
A SAD GOODBYE – Saying goodbye is always hard, but sometimes it’s for the best as reflected in this bitter sweet piano piece. (1:09)
BITTER SWEET ENDING – A quiet little piano piece. (1:15)
EPILOGUE – Another “after the smoke clears” kind of piece. Could work in a crime or technological piece…or could lose the sweeps and use it for a more personal drama. (1:09)
PRESSING ON – A piano piece…sort of a “gotta be strong and get on with life” kind of piece. Starts out softly and gradually builds. (1:03)
ALONE AGAIN – A short piano piece that might work after a breakup scene, or depict a character alone in a city of millions, or all kinds of other things. (00:53)
LOSS – Sad little piano piece. (00:39)
LIFE GOES ON – A quiet piano piece depicting a bitter sweet ending to something and a new chapter opening. (00:54)
POST OP – The quiet tension in this piece could work for a medical drama/documentary or possibly under an introspective “thinking” or “pondering” scene. (1:03)
INVESTIGATION – Could work for a crime piece or some other kind of drama. (1:47)
UNPLEASANT DISCOVERY – Quiet, unsettling strings…could work for crime, drama, etc. (00:38)
THE CLUE – An “Ah ha!” moment. (00:51)
ARRIVING AT THE SCENE – Could work for a crime scene at night, depicting the aftermath. (1:14)
OFF TO THE JOB – Driving through nighttime city streets. (1:35)
ISOLATION – Quiet, lonely little piano piece. (00:48)
INNER CITY – A sad piece reflecting poverty stricken neighborhoods. (1:01)